Construction News

Land & Water Start Emergency Doncaster Works

Land & Water, a wet engineering firm, has begun emergency works on the River Don in Doncaster to repair a large slip

Tradespeople Believe They Will Need to Work in Pension Age

A new study of 500 tradespeople about their plans for retirement found a large proportion believe they will need to work into pension age.

Construction Rises Again in the UK

Monthly construction output in the UK grew for another month in March 2021, thanks to growth in new work and repair and maintenance

Housebuilders Concerned About Land Supply

In a new survey from property consultancy Knight Frank, results show 50% of participants said that residential land supply was ‘limited’

Plans Submitted for Student Housing

Godwin Developments has submitted proposals for a 692-unit purpose-built student accommodation scheme (PBSA) in Nottingham city centre

Russell Roof Tiles Start on MOD Project

Russell Roof Tiles has been selected for its first Ministry of Defence (MOD) re-roofing project in Oxfordshire.

PMI reports strong increase in construction output

The Spring bounce continues for UK construction

Future of Scotland’s Construction Sector

Developers, contractors and public bodies have said that businesses in the Scottish construction industry will continue to rebound from COVID

£100 million Bicester Project Begins

The first phase of the £100 million new advanced manufacturing and technology community at Catalyst Bicester in Oxfordshire is set to begin

Stepnell Cements Client Relationships

Stepnell has made progress on four of its commercial schemes for long-standing clients in the East Midlands region